Competition

ShortStudentGreekExperimental


Experimental 1


21:00 - 22:00
Total Duration: 00:59:49

  1. Prime perfect 05:55
  2. USA 2016
    Directed by: Tom Bessoir
    Dialogue language: English

    My film was inspired by artist Tony Conrad's 1965 film "The Ficker." The vast majority of the frames in this film are black. You will be sitting in the dark experiencing number patterns. The prime number frames (2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, … 8,123) are white and the perfect number frames (6, 28, 496, and 8128) are red. For the best experience view in a dark room at loud volume. The stroboscopic nature of “prime perfect” provides an intense viewing experience that is too intense for many festivals focusing on narrative films.



  3. Krapfen 03:28
  4. Switzerland 2017
    Directed by: Frederic Siegel
    Production/School: Frederic Siegel

    The two enemies nature and technology meet in a long-forgotten world. When one of them is on the verge of collapse, they discover their inseparable bond that keeps the balance of all things... "Krapfen" is a musicvideo for the Swiss band Schööf.



  5. Tengusong 21:40
  6. Italy 2016
    Directed by: Marco Belfiore
    Screenplay: Marco Belfiore
    Animation: Marco Belfiore
    Technique: rotoscope, stop motion, after effects, photoshop
    Music: Marco Belfiore
    Production/School: Snaporazverein
    Dialogue language: Italian
    Subtitles language: English

    Pretext to start a visionary journey through fragments of evolving stories, TENGUSONG uses the Tengu figure - a metamorphic creature belonging to Japanese popular iconography - to create a visual song about otherness. Throughout the narration - from the introduction, through the interlude, up to the final chapters - we witness a continuous yet at times tragicomic identity derailment. It takes some time, some confidence, before Tengusong can access your head,before it can resonance with our personal Tengu, always trapped between the ganglion cells of rationality.



  7. Extrapolate 02:00
  8. Japan 2016
    Directed by: Johan Rijpma

    In this hand drawn animation a line is being extrapolated through a grid. When the line surpasses the boundaries of the grid, the process spreads to and reflects on its surroundings. Beyond each boundary the extrapolation of movement is causing deformation in a systematic but speculative way.

  9. Lost Moon (Ghost World 3) 03:52
  10. Japan 2016
    Directed by: Jerome Boulbes
    Screenplay: Jerome Boulbes
    Animation: Jerome Boulbes
    Technique: 3D computer
    Music: O’death Jug
    Production/School: Jerome Boulbes
    Dialogue language: none
    Subtitles language: none

    Wandering in the forest of lights and shadows. Produced in collaboration with the experimental blues/rock duo O’death Jug (Michel Henritzi, Christophe Langlade), “Lost Moon” is the third part of a the project « Ghosts World », a collection of works that put experimental and alternative music in pictures.



  11. 9 ways to draw a person 06:29
  12. Russia 2016
    Directed by: Sasha Svirsky
    Screenplay: Sasha Svirsky
    Animation: Sasha Svirsky
    Technique: 2D, mixed technique
    Music: Alexey Prosvirnin
    Production/School: Nadezhda Svirskaia
    Dialogue language: English

    Nine short and unexpected stories that tell us, how a person can be depicted. By mixing abstraction, collage, drawing animation the author invites us into a spontaneous and unsystematic research of potential of the animation and leads us into the world of irrepressible imagination.



  13. 39 Weeks, 6 Days 07:52
  14. Slovakia 2017
    Directed by: Joanna Kozuch, Boris Sima
    Screenplay: Joanna Kozuch, Boris Sima
    Production/School: Joanna Kozuch, Peter Badač
    Dialogue language: English

    39 weeks, 6 days is an artistic experiment, animated diary and personal documentary showing animated self-portraits of woman and man, married couple and co-authors during 40 weeks of the gravidity.



  15. An Unfolding Breath 02:33
  16. USA 2017
    Directed by: Edward Ramsay-Morin


  17. Sarah, wrath's wind 06:00
  18. Albania 2017
    Directed by: Artan Maku
    Screenplay: Jani Durri
    Animation: Artan Maku
    Technique: 2D, Animated Objects, Clay, Cut-outs, Stop Motion
    Music: Fatos Qerimaj
    Production/School: Maku
    Dialogue language: Albanian
    Subtitles language: English

    Once upon time Life was in the sky. The objects moved across the sky. Children would enjoy smiling and playing on the white fluffy clouds in the sky. Suddenly we see that from the wind’s ferocity and fury something good has come into view. A new world is created. The earth acquires life, the nature blooms, and the children play again as they used to do before. Life has began… ( Other Format Animation )






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